Bruno Youn selected to deliver commencement remarks

Bruno Youn ’19 delivering the commencement remarks.

Last Friday, May 17, the front page of The Los Angeles Times featured a story of one of our research assistants, Bruno Youn, who overcame the difficulties of having autism as a child, was determined as a freshman, and came up being selected by his fellow seniors to deliver this year’s remarks at graduation. Read the article:


“This young man has not only achieved a great deal by any measure, but did it by overcoming significant difficulties in his life – which I, for one at least, was not at all aware of in talking with him at our meetings.  I’m gratified that the Rose has been a part of his life.”  – Darryl Wold, member, Rose Institute Board of Governors 

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